The primary objective of the CAADP mutual accountability process is therefore to provide ongoing incentives to CAADP Partners to effectively deliver on their commitments and thereby achieve substantive impact on poverty and hunger.
One of the inherent features of the CAADP framework is the resolve to commit proactively and publicly transparency and accountability – and evidently a growing commitment to action, finance and results as a collective responsibility.
The first fisheries Stakeholder Consultation Meeting was devoted to addressing the “rising importance of the fisheries and aquaculture sector in fighting poverty and its crucial role for economic development in Africa with regard to climate change”.
As the G20 meetings move forward, the issue of rising food prices and threatened food security remains a top priority. The Food Security Portal, facilitated by IFPRI, has launched a new feature on its homepage designed to track the research that is informing this important discussion. Learn more at the Food Security PortalFood for Thought blog.
The seventh Partnership Platform meeting of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP- PP) has ended in Yaoundé, Cameroon with a call on AU member states to work towards the realization of the CAADP goals.
The 7th Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Programme (CAADP) Partnership Platform meeting came to a close in Yaounde with a call on AU member states to increase funding for agriculture to boost food security and reduce poverty levels on the continent. A communiqué issued at the end of the meeting urged for the prioritization of the agricultural sector given that it is the main employer of the youth and women in Africa.